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See definition of plod on Dictionary.com
  • verbwalk heavily
  • verbwork slowly and under duress

synonyms for plod

  • lumber
  • slog
  • tramp
  • trudge
  • clump
  • drag
  • flounder
  • hike
  • plug
  • stamp
  • stomp
  • toil
  • trample
  • tread
  • wallow
  • schlepp
  • tromp
See also synonyms for: plodded / plodding
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antonyms for plod

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How to use plod in a sentence

As the animal's heavy feet plod over the ground, worms and insects come to the surface.
ALILA, OUR LITTLE PHILIPPINE COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
Here was no two-miles plod back again over the burning asphalt, slackening every nerve that had been braced up by the bathe.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
Oh, the weariness of that eternal plod through the rough grassy ground, the coldness, the interminable darkness!
THE RELIEF OF MAFEKINGFILSON YOUNG
But at a slow pace it was possible to plod on without undue exhaustion.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
For such a search as this the swift aeroplane could serve while one might plod in vain over the ground.
THE HOSTS OF THE AIRJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
As we plod along the dusty way, we overtake a caravan of Shans, their bullocks laden with merchandise to market.
RECOLLECTIONS OF THIRTY-NINE YEARS IN THE ARMYCHARLES ALEXANDER GORDON
He used to plod along at his regulation three miles an hour, trusting that his luck would take him through.
THE HISTORY OF THE 51ST (HIGHLAND) DIVISION 1914-1918FREDERICK WILLIAM BEWSHER
Then the weary hunters plod homeward to breakfast and to nail their trophies to the barn door.
IN NEW ENGLAND FIELDS AND WOODSROWLAND E. ROBINSON
Keep on hand a book which is a serious undertaking, and plod straight through it.
HARPER'S ROUND TABLE, AUGUST 27, 1895VARIOUS
The plains, however, were five feet deep in snow, so there was nothing for it but to plod upon our way.
THE EXPLOITS OF BRIGADIER GERARDARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
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WORDS RELATED TO PLOD

  • clonk
  • clop
  • clunk
  • plod
  • pound
  • stomp
  • thud
  • thump
  • tromp
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